Crashing Hollywood

1937, Movie, NR, 60 mins

A good little comedy that satirizes the movie studio system of the 1930s. Lee Tracy is a screenwriter who collaborates with an ex-convict on a screenplay. The ex-con writes about a bank robbery he took part in, and was framed for. The film comes out and gives the police new leads on the ex-con's partners who were never convicted. The gangsters come to Hollywood to prevent the writing of other exposes, and run amok in a film studio. CRASHING HOLLYWOOD is a remake of a 1923 film called LIGHTS OUT, which was also the name of the original play. There is a double irony in this film; one of the extras in a crowd scene, Harry "Big Harry" Greenberg, a former member of the ...
Released: 1937 Rated: NR Length: 60 mins

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